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Having tried this method on numerous occasions I would not consider this to be on par with the available in the Debian/Ubuntu distros which actually worked very well.
Fedora Rawhide is also kind-of a rolling release, but I already knew that (and don't want to use it, if that's what you were referring to). This can lead to confused comments, such as: "distro-X is a rolling distribution if you use its development branch" — where distro-X is a standard release distribution.
Even in rare cases where the development branch is a rolling (versus the more common cyclical) development branch, this does not make the distribution rolling.
Unlike standard release distributions, rolling release distributions do not have development branches.
When I made that comment I meant one thing and the phrase "rolling releases" really means something else.
When I wrote that I meant "rolling release" to mean that you could now roll from one point release of Fedora (say 17) to version 18.
Rawhide offers rolling releases in the sense that it always has the latest versions of packages, but it's by no means meant to be used as a day to day distro, it's really meant only for testing.
Just live with this fact and stay up to date as long as the distro stayed around, using As a new version comes out, you'd manually do a fresh install and take care to copy any data and configurations forward to the new system. This tool essentially just collected your setups and the names of the packages you installed and would assist you in applying them to a new installation.I think the most easiest way to upgrade Fedora 12 to Fedora 13 is use Preupgrade, which download needed packages from the server and then just reboot to installer and after install boot the new system.This guide I use preupgrade-cli version, which works from command line.Rolling software, instead, is continually updated, in contrast to standard release software which is upgraded between versions. So from a purists standpoint, Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, are not "rolling releases".They are point standard released software that provide tools to assist in the upgrading from one point release to another.This had been a long discussed option on many peoples' wish list but had never been implemented.